Pay Attention To This Message From Your Smart Phone Maker!

“One thorn of experience is worth a whole wilderness of warning.”

~ James Russell Lowell

Articles are surfacing daily about the potential harm of cell phone radiation. There are doctors in various disciplines taking time to address this issue as well as discussions, bloggings, videos and posting of conducted studies. And now you have cell phone makers actually putting information in their products as a way to, in my opinion, protect themselves from the possibility of future litigation.

Here is what that information can look like on your smart phone. Fill in the BLANKS with YOUR high tech Smart Phone’s NAME. Do you think they know something that you should know too?

“ ________ has been tested and meets applicable limits for Radio Frequency Exposure.

SPECIFIC ABSORBTION RATE ( SAR) refers to the rate at which the body absorbs RF energies. SAR limits are 1.6 Watt per Kilogram ( over a volume containing a mass of 1 gram of tissue). In countries that follow the United States FCC limit and 2.0 W/Kg ( averaged over 10 grams of tissue) in countries that follow the Council of the European Union limit. During testing, __________ radios are set to their highest transmission levels and placed in positions that stimulate use against the head, with no separation, and near the body, with 10 mm separation.

To REDUCE EXPOSURE to RF energy, use a hands-free option, such as the built – in speakerphone, the supplied headphones, or other similar accessories. CARRY _________ at least 10 mm away from your body to ENDURE EXPOSURE LEVELS REMAIN AT OR BELOW the as-tested levels. Cases with metal parts at or below the as-tested levels. Cases with metal parts may change the RF performance of the device, including its compliance with RF exposure guidelines, in a manner that has not been tested or certified.

SAR values for this device are available at:

Although this device has been tested to determine [ Specific Absorption Rate ] SAR in each band of operation, not all bands are available in all areas. Bands are dependent on your service provider’s wireless and roaming networks.”

They are covering their butts. Shouldn’t you be covering yours? I MEAN YOUR PHONE?

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Hopefully mine and other warnings in this wilderness will prevent you from ever having to experience that thorn!

Changing not only the way you think but the actions you take. Here’s to your health.
Chipsterhealth, September 22, 2013

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You DON’T have time to read then LISTEN to Dr. Gupta

NOTE: Use Your Earbuds! You Do Not Want To Miss A Word Of What Dr. Gupta has to say.

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A “C _ _ _ _ m” For Your Mobile Phone?!

A “C _ _ _ _ m” For Your Mobile Phone?

Ah! Did that pique your interest? I sure the hell hope so! Especially, pregnant women and parents with children in the developing stages of life. Listen up! No [carefully] peruse the contents of this blog to the end. You won’t be able to say that you didn’t know. You just might decide to take action. And, you will find the missing letters.

First a very brief history of wireless. Way back around the very early 20th century AT&T was thinking about bringing wireless communication to the public. It was shelved because they felt it would cannabalize their monopoly on wired communication hardware and services. Also, given the infancy of wireless technology of that time you can imagine the size of the equipment,

Three quarters of a century later the first mobile device used extensively by Captain James T. Kirk made its debut on American television, well almost. Actually the time frame is about right but not the actual inventor nor place it debuted. American Martin Cooper was the inventor and this first mobile device was introduced to the world in Japan. The cost was quite prohibited, $3,500.00US. Then in 1996 Nokia introduced the precursor to our modern day smart phones. Though mobile devices have grown tremendously throughout the world “smartphone” growth was much slower until very recently. It has been estimated that from 1996 until 2011 “smartphone” growth was about three quarters of a billion users. By 2014 another 1 billion people will be using these! 1 billion new users inside of 3 years instead of almost 15 years! 2 billion of us of the 7 billion plus people will be walking around with these devices! More people than ever will be tied to these devices as if it were a life giving umbilical cord. We will use them for communication by all the means currently available of course and maybe some not seen. They will continue to be fashion statements, status symbols, they are thought to be will sexy. We will continue to bling bling them (see I made that into a verb) and add all the personal individuality to them as — well there are people. We are now, and will continue giving them to our very young progeny (as baby sitting devices). And, we will continue putting them next to our ears and talk incessantly (business people and kids), in our front pockets (men), in our back pockets and bras (women). We continue sleeping with them next to our heads while on (kids and teenagers). We will continue to be tethered, physically or wirelessly by our headsets and bluetooth connectors.

BUT, the one thing we 2 billion plus people are not doing is PROTECTING ourselves from the very thing we find such a necessary part of our lives! These devices emit Radio Frequencies that are considered low level micro waves. Supposedly, not at a level to cause biological harm to humans.(1)

I used the word supposedly for this very reason — almost all manufacturer’s of cell phones print somewhere in their manuals a warning of sorts. It is not explicit like saying WARNING. But, it is written in a way that definitely will draw minimal attention to this very important issue that — caution should be taken as to how close such devices should be placed to the body. So, by now a QUESTION should be moving through your brain, WHY? Many in the cell phone industry might answer with this response – ‘Do not worry because our products meet FCC (Federal Communication Commission) & radiation emission guidelines on SAR (Specific Absorbtion Rate)’. Well, these guidelines are just that – guidelines. According to their own statements a ‘single SAR value does not provide sufficient information about the amount of RF exposure under typical usage conditions to reliably compare individual cell phone models.'(2)

I could definitely go into a more detailed discussion of what is beginning to be brought to light as to the possible adverse physiological affects of this burgeoning new technology upon us. I could also could get into a more technical discussion, but for now I will reserve that for another blog. The purpose of this blog is to create an awareness that will allow you to take some type of action to PROTECT yourselves and especially your progeny. (Just in case)

Before I leave you to ponder what I have written, here are some statements by two individuals looking into this topic. Dr. Nora Volkow, the lead author of the JAMA study, said modeling studies have shown that a child’s brain would absorb more radiation than those of adults. ( Some studies have shown that radiation absorbtion rate for children’s brains is twice as much compared to adults because of children’s thinner skulls and because their brains have higher water content). But Volkow said she’s unaware of studies that have looked at the different developmental effects. Some studies have suggested that the radiation can cross or affect the entire brain of children, who are still developing, versus a particular area in adults,” said Dr. Stephanie Wagner, co-medical director of the neuro-oncology program at Indiana University Health and the IU Simon Cancer Center in Indianapolis. But studies looking at the effects of electromagnetic radiation in children and the risk of epilepsy and behavioral problems such as attention deficit disorder and aggressive behavior showed conflicting results, Wagner said. Still, why take a chance, Volkow said. She suggested that parents “teach their children to use their cell phones with a wired earphone and/or use the speakerphone mode and to avoid putting their cell phones directly on their ear.” (3)

We parents, educators, and adults today no longer talk of sex with our youth in terms of “the birds and bees”. We openly discuss sex and the responsibilities that can go along with that including protection. The “c _ _ _ _ m” (4) is one device that can afford protection. So too in this area of cell phone EMF ( electro magnetic frequencies), we should be openly educating as well as taking precautionary measures for ourselves and our children now and not later. Is there a “c _ _ _ _ m” (4) for your mobile device? I don’t know and maybe not in the literal sense of the word. However various precautionary means are available now that we can all do as we see, hear and discover more information bearing light on this topic concerning our health.

You can read more about one type of protection at:

Here’s To Your Health, Chipsterhealth
March 20, 2013

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(1). FDA. Food & Drug Administration:

(2) FCC (Federal Communication Commission)

(3). The Chicago Tribune article by Judy Deardorf

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